Too many books

So...with my husband's help (the "look" and a "we need to talk"), I have realized I have too many books. Not possible, you say? Well, I live in an apartment. I do not have the space that I would like and honestly, I can't go on filling up new bookshelves in a matter of months (or even a year). Just not enough space. Of course, this does mean that I'll just have to work on reading those books that sit on my shelf that I'm not sure will be keepers, but I can't haul them off to the used bookstore until I've read them.

Of course, I also still bought books today. Ebooks are a wonderful invention. I absolutely LOVE my pocket pc. And hey, they don't take up shelf space!!!!!!!!

Bought from Simon & Schuster's ebook site:

Tie Me Up, Tie Me Down by Jaid Black, Sherrilyn Kenyon, and Melanie George
My False Heart by Liz Carlyle (I haven't read her, so I thought I'd give this one a try)
French Twist by Roxanne St. Claire
Exes and Ohs by Beth Kendrick
To Pleasure a Prince by Sabrina Jeffries (I have the first in print and haven't read it yet, so no idea why I really bought this one)

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Nicole, I didn't know those were ebooks. I didn't even realize S&S had an ebook site. Oh MY!! LOL I'll definitely be checking that out when I get my ipaq. :)

BJ

sybil said...

I would like to know what you think of Tie Me Up, Tie Me Down. I bought it when it came out, really wanting to read the SK story. I stopped a few pages into it and having picked it back up.

It isn't so much that it was THAT bad as it was I have so many other things I want to read. I am going to try it again. I found Big Guns, the first BAD boy story is in it. And the best thing in it was the Liz Carlyle story. I loved it and it was a contemporary story, which I normally don't read.

Shelley said...

Hi Nicole, I'm blog hopping tonight instead of writing. I've read quite a few of Liz Carlyle's historicals and have them on my keeper shelf. She's one of my favorites. I'll have to check out the S & S ebook site. My husband looks at the crammed book shelves and mutters. He can't see how many e-books I have!